In this episode, the Crew Reviews goes behind the scenes with one of the world's greatest outdoorsmen, Jim Shockey, to discuss his debut thriller, CALL ME HUNTER.
“Astoundingly original, relentlessly paced, and purely authentic.” —Jack Carr, #1 New York Timesbestselling author
Considered the Michael Jordan of outdoor sports, Jim Shockey has produced and hosted many award-winning Outdoor lifestyle television shows, including, Jim Shockey's Uncharted and Jim Shockey's The Professionals.
Jim also owns several exclusive outfitting territories in Canada's wildlands, including the renowned Pacific Rim Guide Territory on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and the famed 12,000 square mile Rogue River Outfitting in the Yukon Territory. He is a retired Honorary Lieutenant Colonel of 4 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (4CRPG) Canadian Armed Forces and is a Member International of the Explorer's Club in New York City.
Jim attended Simon Fraser University and Carleton University and was an all-American swimmer and member of the Canadian National Water polo team, attending two World Championships. He is considered to be an expert on the ethnocentric arts of Western Canada, and in 2019 opened the Hand of Man Museum of Cultural Arts and Conservation on Vancouver Island, Canada. Tens of thousands have been through this amazing museum, which is funded entirely by voluntary donations.